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Ratings & Reviews

  1. B o g d a n's rating of the film Matthew's Days

    lifetime story in a nutshell

  2. Noli Manaig's rating of the film Matthew's Days

    Far too much time goes into performing a tabula rasa. The blank slate, e.g. of a child, e.g. of a man with mental incapacity, is temporizing, a deferral, a denial of reality. Real conflict comes too late as a result, crammed in at the eleventh hour. Nor is the plot of any novelty to start with: a stranger shaking up the dynamics of a family. (Un Lac, recently, rehashes it.)